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Brown Bread and Tea: A Health-Conscious Guide to Balancing Carbs

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Brown bread and tea with milk and sugar are popular food and drink choices, but it’s important to be aware that this meal is primarily carbohydrate-based, and the free sugars from the tea can cause spikes in blood glucose levels. Consuming meals high in carbs and sugars can lead to glucose fluctuations and affect energy levels.

How Can You Optimize Your Brown Bread And Tea with Milk And Sugar?
• Consider reducing or eliminating sugar in your tea.
• Add some vegetables to your brown bread, or have them on the side for added fibre.
• Pair the meal with a source of protein like eggs or chicken breast.
• Pair your brown bread and tea with a source of protein or healthy fat, such as nut butter or sliced avocado, to balance your meal.

Including healthy fat can help in balancing the meal and promoting a feeling of fullness. Making these tweaks to your carbohydrate-heavy meal can help you reduce the glucose spike.

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